Floor-to-ceiling windows spanning wall-to-wall illuminate the white lacquered cabinets and natural wood wall paneling in this kitchen. Stainless steel appliances and shelves add to the sleek look of the space, while gray tiles in front of the sink take the place of a traditional rug. Recessed lighting provides a finishing touch.
A large 4' x 6' picture window draws your eye to the view just outside this contemporary kitchen.The window is set in a slate stacked-stone accent wall, the striking interior complementing the equally striking outside view.
Soft whites, neutrals and light woods play beautifully against the organic nature of the fixed finishes in this kitchen-meets-living room. Perfect for a large family or one that entertains, this great room features an eat-in kitchen with seating at both the island and dining table. Chandeliers give the space a casual elegance.
The original kitchen was smaller, darker and enclosed. The Longs removed the wall separating the kitchen and den, extended the space out by two feet, and added a series of windows to open it up. The ceilings are the standard 8 feet high, but floor-to-ceiling cabinetry and long, linear shapes lend a sense of more height. They cut new doorways and covered up old doors here, completely reworking the space for a clean and contemporary kitchen.